Information seminars

WIRE’s information seminars are free, regular events offering a diverse platform of experiences from presenters with niche expertise.

Format, frequency and delivery:

  • Each seminar usually begins with an introduction from a WIRE facilitator, which is then followed by either an interview Q&A, panel discussion or webinar. A range of topics are covered—from family violence to navigating the legal system—and at the end there’s always an opportunity for attendees to post questions for the guest speaker.
  • During the seminar, we encourage attendees to post questions in the Zoom chat—the WIRE facilitator will get through as many as the time limit allows. A follow up WIRE survey to all attendees also provides an opportunity for further feedback and suggestions for future information seminars.
  • As we are in a COVID-world, we’ve adopted these seminars to be delivered online only (via Zoom) for now, occurring every couple of months for 1-1.5 hours.
  • We record and edit the seminars and upload them to WIRE’s YouTube and website, so you can watch it later if you’re not able to attend.
  • If you’d like to see more information seminars or have any suggestions on topics we should cover, please contact us at support@wire.org.au

Watch previous recordings from our information seminars archive:

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